I created my Kakuro game for two reasons:
- I like playing Kakuro, and didn't like the existing apps.
- I fell in love with Elm
You might say, I've got a Kakuro Jones. With apologies to (and appreciation of) Cheech and Chong (link is to prelude to and the song, "Basketball Jones", on YouTube):
Bill, how come you're such a good Kakuro player?
How come I'm such a good Kakuro player? Well that's simple. I've got a Kakuro Jones.
A Kakuro Jones? What's a Kakuro Jones?
What's a Kakuro Jones? Well that's simple. A Kakuro Jones is when you love Kakuro so much that you are like a junky.
I got a Kakuro Jones.
I got a Kakuro Jones,
Oh baby, ooh, ooh, oooooh.
Which brings to mind the 1973 Cheech and Chong album, "Los Cochinos", which I listened to at my high school buddy Tom's house. The "Basketball Jones" song featured a bunch of famous musicians of the time. Image below. Click on it to get a big (1930x970, 401K) image of the front and back of the album.